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captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> brown: syrians shouted in anger and relief, anxious to tell their stories of the weekend's horrific massacre to u.n. observers and a television team. good evening, i'm jeffrey brown. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, we go inside the town of houla with alex thomson of "independent television news," the first journalist to report from there. >> brown: then, we turn to the 2012 presidential match-up on track to be the most expensive contest ever. >> woodruff: we examine the internet virus knownwns s he flame" that may y a ae to snsnch data and eaveveroroon computer users. >> brown: in the first of two reports, paul solman assesses the true cost of student-loan debt, now topping $1 trillion. >> reporter: beth hansen has just started making loan payments: $468 a month. will she ever pay off her loans? >> i may die first. so. in which case, they would need a copy of my death certificate to finally cancel my loan. >> woodruff: ray suarez talks with dolores huerta, honored with the presidential medal of
the public viewing for the godfather of go chuck brown. mourners were upset because the storms led organizers to and did it two hours early. more with the frustration of fans tonight. >> does public viewing was scheduled to last until 10:00. at 8:30 there were still a long line of people wrapping all the way around the corner waiting to get in to see chuck brown. that is when the rain and lightning started. security guards tried to send everybody home. these fans were not having it. curious fans demanded doors be reopened to chuck brown's memorial after they shut down the doors because of the weather. >> we feel it is our right. they should let us in the building. >> this is a wake. >> after the angry mob was told it would be allowed and in small groups, the torrential downpour did little to dampen the spirits of those saying goodbye to the godfather of go. before the rain it was the crowd flooding chuck brown way in honor of the legendary music man. anthony jones drove down from new jersey. >> i am a jersey boy turned into a go-go lover. >> those who made the height did so with heavy hearts
tomorrow at the funeral for go go legend chuck brown. mayor gray says flags to half s bruce johnson reports plans are in the works to make this funeral unlike any the city's ever seen before. ♪ >> reporter: which i have cliff jones of --ly jones of soul world entertainment. he's preparing to salute go go legend chuck brown tomorrow. ♪ >> i've managed and developed groups such as raheem divine; puffy. >> reporter: more than 10,000 people stood in line for the viewing yesterday at the howard theater. and one government source today predicted up to 15,000 could turn out for chuck brown's funeral at the convention center. >> you had louis armstrong, he transcends jazz. you have bob marley who develops a genre and transcends that. now you have chuck brown who develops is genera and transcends that. >> reporter: wayne bruce is music director for tomorrow, paying homage to chuck brown will be a host of local stars like sugar bear, donny simpson. the chuck brown bands will also perform. >> his depth should change some lives, should change some people's mindsets when it comes totemsic business.
of a leg. >> they're trying to pay their respects to check brown. first of the attached on. it led to 10 inches of rain. the national hurricane center says it'll skimmed along the south carolina coast. it is expected to strengthen again. >> we have some rain. >> we did. still in a little bit out there. >> avoid do we get some rain. sticky look at some of the rainfall totals. germantown 1.5 inches. sterling 1.69. these are some of the highest accumulations' i could find. temperatures in the 60's. lingering sprinkles in southern prince george's county. just some widely separated light sprinkles. 72 in the district. 53 in winchester. the humidity will gradually drop throughout the day. it will not be as high. highs will be around 82 or 83. an isolated showers possible later on. cooler and less humid. a beautiful day tomorrow. this is exactly where we should be this time of year. >> the commute looks ok. no overnight construction to move out of the way. interstate travel is working in your favor in case you want to get out of dodge. nothing on 70 or 95 south into richmond north into baltimor
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yourself. >> thank you very much. mr. everhart, mr. speaker brown and mr. speaker scott. >> good morning. my name is sharon and i'm vice chair of the district 11 council and a 4 year resident which is located in the heart of district 11. i do not come forward to test by earlier because my neighborhood has never seriously been in danger of being split into another district. but i wanted to take this last opportunity to speak, to publicly thank the task force for not just listening to the public, but to actually hearing all the folks who came to testify. and for your commitment to keeping neighborhoods whole. for you reuniting the other neighborhoods that were split 10 years ago. i also wanted to thank the consultants and kay for all their work in getting the draft maps and the boundaries up on the website so quickly. and lastly i would like to thank any fellow council members who came to testify so passionately but respectfully for their neighborhoods in district 11. so far we have only lost population in those areas we all agreed to sacrifice to keep district 11 whole. it is an honor to
a ridiculous can of -- [mic turned off] [applause] >> my name is tracy brown. i wanted to thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak. it is hard for me to come out and speak at a 11:00 at night. there are a lot of other people who would love to be here. i worked on his campaign. it was a great campaign. we were successful at getting him collected. when he did win, all of the kids i work with, they said, finally, you won an election. [laughter] i have campaigned my life -- my entire life. it is my folly. -- value. crime reduction, the way we deal with homeless. the way we deal with this is also a san francisco value. i am pleased with how the session went. i have faith in our system. ross has been there for the people. he has heard our voices. i do not have to explain that. there were some voices that were not heard. as a woman, i have to say, if this was my family put on trial, i would be devastated. i hope that you, as people to support women, you look at what she is going through. hear her voice and allow her voice to a marriage. you heard a lot about ross. you have not heard about his
cans lined up yesterday to pay tribute to the late chuck brown. >> torrential rain and lightning forced officials to cut short the all-day viewing. after angry fans protested, the doordz were reopened. >> reporter: the day had a somber beginning for the tens of thousands of loyal chuck brown fans would lined up outside the howard theater. as flamboyant in death as he ever was in life. but nothing could stop some folks from turning a sober event into a happy occasion. the wake spilled over into a huge public block party where go-go was not just for older music lovers but die hard fans had strong memories. >> his greatest legacy is how much he loved doing what he did and sharing it with his audience. >> what i remember most about the go-gos is that everybody came together to have fun. >> reporter: chuck brown got his start around the corner from the howard theater where he used to shine shoes of famous performers like louis armstrong but he made his own fame creating go-go. >> from the very beginning when he started performing, he and i just sort of hit it off as two individuals who had c
to flight delays and even canceled the viewing for chuck brown for a time. >> outside the storms are still making their way across our viewing area. doug's in storm center 4 with the very latest. >> watching it out there right now. the area getting hit hardest southern maryland and along the northern neck continue to see heavy rain and a lot of lightning toward calvert county. cambridge and easton will see the rain. the heaviest rain moving around st. mary's county, you're next for the heaviest of this rain. you can see around washington area light rain across much of the region through charles county and most of southern maryland. will you continue to see the rain and i think we have a chance of seeing some rain through potentially tomorrow morning. i'll show you how much rain we saw and what comes next because we've got a pretty good change in the weather. >> thanks. >>> this weather created a little bit of tension outside the howard theater tonight where crowds gathered to say farewell to chuck brown. jackie benson is here with more. >> reporter: people can planned very carefully to be
of people said their final goodbyes to chuck brown. his family held a public viewing at a howard theater. >>> ceremonies honouring the god father of go go will be going on all week here in the district. >> the city will host a public memorial. will thomas back with details on the tribute. will. >> allison, tony good morning to you. as you know he grew up in dc and dc is where thousands of fans are gathering to say goodbye. the public memorial service is set for tomorrow at the dc convention center, from 12 to 4 expected to be very well attended, just like yesterday's public viewing at howard theater. while fans waited to enter the theatre and pass by the open casket the as motte fear was more like a -- atmosphere was more like a celebration. they lined up chuck brown was dressed like you would see him on stage dark suit, orange vest, orange tie, fedora and sunglasses big party outside. even little ones getting into it. impressive list of speakers, and performers tomorrow. >>> a special performance by the chuck brown band, featuring sugar bear. now live to our studio, james funk will join
. >>> thousands of fans said their final good-byes to go-go legend chuck brown. his familiar hi held a public viewing at the howard theater yesterday where brown was scheduled to play his next gig before he died on may 16th. huge crowds turned out throughout the day to pay their respects to the d.c. musician. severe rain though forced officials to end the viewing earlier than scheduled. the fans got kind of angry so d.c. police reopened the door. >>> we know of performers and speakers who ill be part of tomorrow's public memorial service tomorrow at the convention center. they include donnie similar ton, ladivi. big g. dougie fresh, mike epps and raheem devon and a special performance by the chuck brown band. >>> today, kenyan mcduffie will be sworn into his ward five seat. he won a special election earlier this month to replace harry thomas, jr. thomas resigned the ward 5 seat back in january just days before he pleaded guilty to embezzling city funds for personal use. mcduffie will serve the remainder of thomas' term which runs through 2014. >>> you've heard his name mentioned as a potentia
. >> update. my name is -- [gavel] chair hur: i am sorry, ms. brown. let's reset for time. -- hard time. please proceed -- let's reset her time. please proceed. >> my name is -- brown. i am a mother. why are we spending money on this when we have all of our children being murdered on the streets. we have young men that are being murdered on the streets of san francisco, and still no justice, still no money, no nothing. we can use this money to solve our cases. my son is still laying up there at the graveyard, with a cold case. i say this because i have been here before, concerning the fire chief. i am bringing this up. i have nothing against these people, but, i mean, ross was there when my child was murdered. i support him, because he has been there when our children have the industry. you get a fire chief at be her husband, and you have nothing about that. where are the standards? i've nothing against this man, michael. he murdered his father. he murdered his father. and he still was the assistant sheriff. the assistant sheriff. where is the standard for that? and not on the that, in
go this week and you can't help his memory, you can. how to donate the chuck brown memorabilia for a new public display. sue. >>> and it was a beautiful day here locally. not too far away and including the beaches. they got a taste of the tropical depression beryl. i will let you know where that is no and how we're looking as we go into thursday and we're also saying goodbye today to a beloved member of our team. dave feldman. you have to cover sports and say goodbye. >> and michael morris is going to say hello. he's looking good. when is he coming back and how soon will he be ready? all of that is coming up in sports. sports . >>> and if you have a news anchor who may be knows a little about sports, needs a job, tell them to call us at 202-895-3,000 or www.fox5tips@wttg.com. just kidding. idding.   . >>> tomorrow, the public gets to say goodbye to the godfather of go go. and they're working on a collection of chuck brown memorabilia and the video or audio recordings, even letters describes a concert. they will accept similar memorabilia for other musicians, too and
to stealing money from the city. he will spend three years in prison. >>> the public viewing of chuck brown has to be cut short last night. police cleared a crowd at about 8:30. they didn't want anyone becoming injured in the storm. which we're moving through that area. thousands of people visited the howard theater yesterday to pay their respects and to pay attribute to the god father of go go music. chuck brown died two weeks ago. and the scene outside the theater actually resembled a street party. something people say chuck brown would have enjoyed. >> a great man that brought the city together through music. >> rest in peace. we love you. >> there will be a public memorial service for chuck brown tomorrow at the washington convention center. the doors will open at 10:00 a.m. and the memorial begins at noon. >>> another musical legend is being remembered this afternoon. doc watson the master of bluegrass, folk, country and gospel died at a hospital in north carolina yesterday. his career spans several decades and influenced numerous musicians. he was blind and doc watson was 89 years old
>>> thousands stopped by the howard theatre to pay respects to chuck brown. this morning new details about his memorial service tomorrow. we are going to fill you in on the list of performers. you will want to hear the list of speakers and acts taking part. fox 5 morning news at 7 starts now now >>> straight up 7:00 a.m., wednesday may 30th, 2012. i will tell you this, it does not feel as humid i think you will like that when you step out the door. good morning i am tony perkins. >> i am allison seymour. i will agree 100%. easier to breathe today. tucker barnes is joining us now. tucker, i pretty much primarily call you tuck how could you not say tuck is your nickname. >> tuck is fine. my grandmother called me tucky. >> cute. >> embarrassing. i don't know why i just told you that. shower activity south and east of the city, southern maryland, pretty good rains across the bay, rain showers, cambridge east, not quite done with the rain showers yet. just cloud favre the next couple hours and then we will start -- cover the next couple hours and then we will start to see breaks.
tribute to d.c. music legend chuck brown. they lined up by the thousands outside howard theater for a public viewing of the late father of go go. fox 5's karen gray houston was out there, also. this was like a celebration. >> it was a celebration of the man's life and it was a day long viewing. it was supposed to end at 10:00, but around 8:30 torrential rain and lightning and thunder forced d.c. police to close the doors. angry fans protested and the doors were reopened. the wake for the most part was more joyful than sad. many fans just wanted to see chuck brown one last time. the day had a somber beginning for the tens of thousands of loyal chuck brown fans who lined up outside howard theater for the chance to file by his casket. as flamboyant in death as he ever was in life, but nothing could stop some folks from turning a sober event into a happy occasion. the wake spilled over into a huge public block party. where go go was not just for older music lovers, but diehard fans have strong memories. >> his greatest legacy is how much he loved doing what he did and sharing it wit
had their chance to say good-bye to d.c. music legend chuck brown. his family held a public viewing at the howard theater yesterday where brown was scheduled to play his next gig before he tied on may 16th. huge crowds gathered including d.c. city leader who turned out to pay their respects for the godfather of go-go. >> from the very beginning, when he started performing, he and i hit it off as two individual whose had come up the hard way. chuck had been in prison. >> busting loose. >> the memorial service is tomorrow at the washington convention center from noon until 3:00. it is expected to be a well attended service as can you imagine. the city is urging people to take metro because streets will be closed. >>> stay with fox 5 as d.c. says good-bye to the godfather of go-go n our 9:00 hour, some of chuck brown's band mates will be in studio to tell us what he meant to them plus the influence he had on their work. we'll have continuing coverage all week both on air and online at myfoxdc.com. >> nice to see mayor gray's humorous side. >> having some fun there. >> we are following
their respects to chuck brown. no one else will be allowed in. city officials say tomorrow's funeral for the go go legend could be one of its largest ever. >> this is bruce johnson. ♪ cliff jones with so world entertainment. he's the one of many artists preparing to salute go-go legend chuck brown tomorrow. ♪ >> his depth should change some lives, should change some people's mindsets with the music business. >> the people performing here at the washington convention center tomorrow for chuck brown's funeral tell me this town has never seen the type of musical sendoff we're going to see tomorrow. add to that the fact that much of the world still don't know much about go go music and tomorrow could end up being one for the history books. paying homage to chug brown will be a host of local stars like divine, sugar bear, donny simpson. the chuck brown bands will also perform. >> gospel, jazz, blues, go-go. and especially go-go. will send chuck off in a manner that's fitting of a king. >> bruce johnson, 9news now. >> we'll be streaming the funeral live at wusa9.com. our on air coverage begins a
tomorrow for go go legend chuck brown. the event set for noon at the washington convention center. the mayor gray says the flags will be lowered to half staff throughout the describe and bruce john -- district and bruce johnson reports on the memorial unlike any the city has ever seen. ♪ >> reporter: the entertainment. he's the one of the artists preparing to salute go go legend chuck brown tomorrow. ♪ >> i've managed and developed groups such as raheem dine, tank, i've worked with tires, dru hill, puff any. >> reporter: more than 10,000 people stood in line for the viewing yesterday at the howard theater and one government source today predicted up to 15,000 could turn out for the funeral at the convention center for chuck brown. >> you had louis armstrong and jazz. you have bob marley who develops a genre and transcends that. now you have chuck brown who develops a genre and transcends that. >> reporter: wayne bruce's music director for tomorrow's funeral paying homage to chuck brown will be a host of local stars like sugar bear, donny simpson and huggy lowdown. the chuck br
, celebrating the life and legacy of chuck brown. family, friends, and fans are gearing up for tomorrow's final farewell to the godo father of go go. his memorial service had been held at the washington convention center and karen bray houston has more -- karen gray houston has more. >> reporter: you can expect a farewell tribute. the service is extended and into an extra hour and is going to run from noon-4. you will hear from top city officials and friends and family and there is going to be lots of music. cliff jones and the seven sons of soul. one of the groups that will be performing. warming up during rehearsal at the perfect sound studio in hyattsville. they credit chuck brown with the creatinggogo coming up with an original sound and being a leader. >> when we were kids, he paveed the way and showed us how to be strong and showed us how to do music business right. >> it's good he got those, the flowers while he was living as well. the outpouring of support even in his death is overwhelming. >> reporter: what can we expect on thursday's homegrown celebration? the music director wayne br
. chuck brown -- there will be welcoming remarks that his service tomorrow. the d.c. mayor, and vincent gray, along with councilmen and many other friends and family will all be there to pay tribute to brown. doors to the convention center opened at 10:00 tomorrow. the moral is expected to wrap up around 4:00 p.m. we're getting a slight break from the 90 degree heat. adam caskey in the weather center. >> that is right. we are getting a big break from the 90 degree weather. back down into the lower 80's for high temperatures. a little bit of sun and cloud cover. a little bit of everything. it is a transitional day today. we are transitioning into a more comfortable air mass. notice all the rain and south and east of i-95. they still need the rain over there. that is moving off to the northeast. here is a good example of clouds and a son. some clouds in frederick. there you go. a blue sky. mostly sunny just northwest of washington. we are squeezing a little bit of some locally. 77 now. 76 and clarksburg. 75 in la plata and manassas. we are clearing, but there is a slight chance of a few
fans lined up yesterday to pay their respects to the late chuck brown. the viewing for the godfather of go go took place yesterday inside the howard theater while a block party of sorts went on outside to celebrate his life. while he was in prison in lorton, virginia, brown swapped a case of cigarettes to get a guitar and that changed his life. a decade later his fusion of several music styles had a name. it was called go go. and lots of loyal fans around washington. generations of fans in fact looked up to brown. >> his work is what d.c. is all about if you're from washington. >> brown died two weeks ago. he was 75. last night's viewing was interrupted by a major thunderstorm. but after the rain passed, the remaining fans got their wish and they were allowed back into the theatre. tomorrow on 9news now, we'll have live coverage of a public memorial service for chuck brown. it's taking place at the washington convention center. >>> maryland's recently passed same-sex marriage law is almost certainly headed to a public vote this november. the maryland marriage alliance and other oppon
. >> reporter: small business owners we talked to including steven cornell who owns browning's hardware store say they've been working for years with the city and county to streamline the process of building and/or opening a business in san francisco. >> we all have to go through the process of some sort. they're going to have to go through a lot more hoops than many businesses. so if they get fast tracked, maybe it will filter down to the rest of us, also. >> reporter: the mayor and other city officials behind the warriors, it will be hard for them not to come out on top. city officials are already creating a time line for the design, review, of the arena hoping the team can move in just in time for the 2017-2018 season. we asked the port commission about today's meeting and also generally about the process of building on the waterfront. they referred all questions to the mayor's office. the mayor's office referred us to another city office, and that staff did not call us back. live in san francisco, kimberly tere, nbc bay area news. >> thank you, kimberly. still ahead, despite burglary in o
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. we'll see you starting at 7:00. >> we'll be watching. >>> the public viewing of chuck brown had to be cut short last night. police cleared the crowd around 8:30. they didn't want anyone to get hurt in the storms which moved through. thousands of people visited howard theatre tuesday to pay their respects to the godfather of go go music. brown died two weeks ago. he was 75. the scene resembled a street party, something people say brown really would have enjoyed. >> a great man that brought the city together through music. >> rest in peace, chuck. we love you. it will never be the same without you. ♪ feel like busting loose >> can't not love that music when it comes on. there will will be a public service for chuck brown tomorrow. doors open at 10:00 and the memorial begins at noon. >>> a police officer from the town of culpeper, virginia has been indicted on murder charges. >> prosecutors say he's to blame for the shooting death of patricia cook earlier this year and they say this was no accident. >> delia goncalves is live in our satellite center with both sides of this story.
their tributes to chuck brown. >>> another round of rain moving through the area now. [ creaking ] [ male announcer ] trophies and awards lift you up. but they can also hold you back. unless you ask, what's next? [ zapping ] [ clang ] this is the next level of performance. the next level of innovation. the next rx. the all-new f sport. this is the pursuit of perfection. >>> looking at stories making headlines at 5:30 -- a culpeper police officer is behind bars facing murder charges for the shooting death of a woman. >>> he's got the delegates he needs, but mitt romney's campaign is being overshadowed by one of his supporters' remark. >>> and why fans of chuck brown missed out on a chance to say good-bye to the godfather of go-if. >>> good morning you to, i'm eun yang. >> i'm aaron gilchrist. welcome back to "news4 today" on this wednesday, may 30. as we look outside, 68 degrees outside our studios. we haven't been in the 60s this time of morning here in a couple of days. >> feels a little bit refreshing. >> i like it. >> it's wet out there. meteorologist tom kierein telling us the rain's
very able sisters who are here, cindy brown and lucy young. they will lead us now in appropriate fellowship opening song so we might begin. cindy brown and lucy young. would you come over here. ♪ . stand for fellowship, what a joy divine, leaning on the everlasting arms. ♪ . ♪ . ♪ . >> amen. praise the lord. please take your seats. if you would. we'll be led in prayer by the reverend dr. bobby williams skinner, white house counsel on faith based and neighborhood partnerships will come at this time to lead us to the throne of grace that every heart be. dr. skinner. >> let us look to the hills this morning, our brothers and sisters. oh sovereign god of the universe and creator of all that live, god we greet you this morning with praise on our lips and thanksgiving in our hearts for another day to acknowledge your awesome power, your excellent greatness and your matchless love. god, there are no words this morning to express our gratitude for your keeping power over our lives and our families and our work. for even when we moved in ways that offended you, god, you still sent
texters in their tracks. >> and the governor brown orders an immediate audit after the september 11th plate delivers a lot of empty promises. abc 7 news continues in one minute. >> closed captioning brought to you by mancini sleepworld. >>> a bill to improve breast cancer detection in women with dense breast tissue passed out at the state senate today requiring women who fall into that category but be informed they have dense breast tissue and that it can obscure cancer on a mammogram and they may wish to discuss the potential value with their doctors. the bill now heads to the assembly. >> if you paid extra for a special california license plate to help victims of september 11th this may make your blood boil. millions generated created in california has not gone to help the people it was supposed to. abc 7 news is live at sacramento and there is some serious explaining to do. >> this state has taken in $15 million for the special september 11th license plates being offered in california. now we're finding out that money is being spent -- not all of the money is being spent appropriat
million to close a budget gap and last year governor brown borrowed another $1 million. the state says it plans to pay back and the dmv says its recently removed references with the scholarship fund. deerweed apply for scholarships for their children either receive them or are in the process of getting them. >>> since 2002 californians have bought or renew these specialty memorial license plates more than 200,000 times. according to the ap reports only $21,381 is breaching the children and spouses of the three dozen california residents killed in the terrorist attacks. so the question many californians are asking tonight's is where has the money gone. >>> the governor should not be taken the money that's not going for what it's meant for. >>> this is essentially stealing that from the families that it was to go to. >>> and that is inexcusable. >>> state lawmakers say they were borrowing the money to balance the budget their intention is to get back but for a victim's family members some tonight have shared with us that there does hardens to learn that much of the money has gone to
, may 30, 2012. >>> good morning, everybody. so good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. >>> it was a prize mitt romney has been chasing for five years. he clinched the republican nomination with a win in yesterday's primary, calling did an honor and privilege. he'll be nominate add the republican ron convention in august. cbs news estimates romney has 1,198 after picking up 90 in the texas vote and romney has already ramped up his attacks on president obama. susan mcginnis in washington with details. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. yeah, romney all about endurance has finally paid off. look for romney to enter a critical phase of the campaign. watch for him to step up his attacks on the obama administration and to defend himself from their attacks, including most recently, his association with donald trump. >>> mitt romney campaigned in the swing state of nevada, while voters in the texas primary handed him enough delegates to become the republican gop for president. in a statement romney says he's honored and humbled, adding we will settle for nothing l
voters support governor brown's tax hikes. 59% of likely voters favor the ballot initiative that would temporarily raise the sales tax and tax high wage earners. california faces a budget deficit of $16 billion. >>> governor brown is starting an investigation. the ap says only 40% of the 15 million collected so far has gone to anti terror programs. they were supposed to get 85%. and almost none has gone to pay for scholarships from children from california who lost their parents in the attacks as was supposed to happen. the rest was reportedly used to reduce the state's budget deficit or to pay for other budget items. >>> the california high speed rail process has a new boss, he's jeff morales. morales has previously worked on president obama's transition team. morales said he was honored and looked forward to working on the high speed rail project. >>> it appears more drivers acted responsibly this memorial day weekend. that is down from 119 arrests made at the same time last year. two fatal crashes were reported over the weekend the same as last year. >>> a player on the san jose s
not a decisive one. >> thank you. >>> the weather put a damper to chuck brown's viewing. members were not allowed in the center itself but the scene outside was very much in the spirit of the godfather of go go. >> he is my soul, he is my rock. >> reporter: it was a story heard often today on the streets surrounding the howard theater. >> i rocked with him. i grooved with him. >> reporter: washingtonians describe their decade long love affair with chuck brown's music. ♪ music playing >> he's a go go king. he's the everything. >> reporter: they waited in long line to view chuck's body. >> this man wasn't just a musician. >> an icon. >> his music is what dc is all about. >> reporter: the godfather of go go died two weeks ago. the viewing at the historic howard theater where he played numerous concerts attracted 15,000 people. many of whom lingered on t street for an impromptu block party that almost everybody agree chuck would have enjoyed. >> it's just amazing. it just speaks to just how much of a -- how much he was loved. all across the city. >> reporter: what nobody loved was the sudden downpo
. >>> a new poll suggests the majority of california voters support governor brown's tax hikes. 59% of likely voters favor the ballot initiative that would temporarily raise the sales tax and tax high wage earners. california faces a budget deficit of $16 billion. >>> governor brown is starting an investigation. the ap says only 40% of the 15 million collected so far has gone to anti terror programs. they were supposed to get 85%. and almost none has gone to pay for scholarships from children from california who lost their parents in the attacks as was supposed to happen. the rest was reportedly used to reduce the state's budget deficit or to pay for other budget items. >>> the california high speed rail process has a new boss, he's jeff morales. morales has previously worked on president obama's transition team. morales said he was honored and looked forward to working on the high speed rail project. >>> it appears more drivers acted responsibly this memorial day weekend. that is down from 119 arrests made at the same time last year. two fatal crashes were reported over the weekend the sam
vey. >> i am pamela brown. we begin with traffic and weather. lisa baden in a moment. but first, adam caskey. we are drying out a little. >> we still have some areas of light showers. a few sprinkles. 1.9 inches of rain fell in gaithersburg yesterday. unbelievable. heavy rainfall yesterday. now just a few sprinkles in northern calvert county entered charles county. northern neck of virginia crossing into st. mary's county. and in shenandoah county we have a few light sprinkles and in martinsburg. some sunshine this midday and afternoon. cannot rule out a stray showers in afternoon and evening 30% chance of. 82 degrees later. >> travel times look great on 95 between fredericksburg and springfield. also good in baltimore. looks good on the beltway all of it. quiet on 270 70, the greenway, 66 between centreville and the beltway. no projects on 50 right now between annapolis and the new york avenue and again across the potomac river. more to come with newschopper 7 in a little while. now to news. >> we will start with major developments this morning. in the february shooting death o
. a nice view of the monument. wednesday, may 30. i am steve chenevey. >> i am pamela brown. great to have you with us. we start with traffic and weather. in a moment, but first adam caskey. >> not a bad start to the day. just a few lights sprinkles, especially in lower southern maryland. majority of the is this morning if. think we will break into sunshine around lunchtime. a stray showers this afternoon. will be drying up later on. there's charles, calvert, mary's counties all seeing light rain the southwest to the northeast. the potomac from the northern virginia into a saint county and crossing the river into calvert county. few 70-degree readings. 62 in leesburg, 65 in 65 ington, virginia, bethesda. high temperatures 82 degrees dropping.ity will become senate around lunchtime. a stray showers later on this afternoon. >> we will start with the drones now used reconnaissance in afghanistan possibly flying over northern virginia if. mcdonnell thinks be an asset in our region. brianne carter joins us to tell for.at they could be used >> good morning. that's right. the governor now says he
. described as a white male. 30 to 40. 6' 1", very thin, brown hair. and there is a report of another shooting which appears to be a carjacking and police are trying to figure out if these two shootings are in such way connected. and now live to dan springer in the seattle newsroom. dan, what else do we know? >>reporter: chaos out there with to different shooting in the same area. and the cops are trying to determine if they are related. as you mention there were five people shot at the cafe and down the block another shooting. and we can tell you that the area is in lockdown. you have two high schools, high school roosevelt, is if lockdown and two other schools, a middle school and an elementary school, that are also shelter-in-place right now. and you mention two deceased victims they are men. we know there is a woman who was shot, as well. and she has life-threatening injuries but right now we do not know much more of the shooter other than described as 35, thin, and seen running away north from the scene so, the area around it is in lockdown and police are looking for this guy right now. >
-and-run charges. sheila salmon moloski seen here in the brown outfit there is the principal after paul revere school. she's accused of driving drunk and trying to flee after hitting two cars near the golden gate bridge earlier this month. officers say she had a blood alcohol level higher than .08. she is said to return to court june 26th. >>> at this hour homicide detectives in san jose are investigateing the case of a body that was found today in a local pond. robert handa is here today to tell us why that incident generated so many questions today, robert. >> reporter: well we are at the pond in south san jose where investigators spent the morning and early afternoon searching for a body that they are trying to determine is a homicide victim. they are searching this area for a number of different reasons. it is a sight that many people in the bay area are familiar seeing. the sheriff dive team out early this morning searching a local water way. this time a percolation pond in south san jose. when word spread through the neighborhood saying this was a search for a body people came out knowin
the president secretary of state kirk browning to remove all suspected -- suspected non-citizenship from voter roles last year. browning was so concerned about the accuracy of the list that he refused to send it to county officials. he told the associated press, governor scotts says to me peoplely. people do but we have always had to err on the side of the voter. browning resigned in february, but scott is pressing on. here is the sad, not-shocking kicker. voter fraud basically doesn't exist in florida. i love this. in four years there have been more shark attacks in the sunshine case than cases of voter fraud. unbelievable. for a closer look at voter suppression efforts, we turn to howard goodman reporter for the florida center for investigative reporting, from boynton beach, florida. thank you for joining us, howard. >> thank you. it's a real pleasure being here. >> you have been covering this story closely. what is the latest news to come out of florida on this story? >> the latest thing is to try to cleanse the roles of people these non-citizens flooding
know about the race between elizabeth warren and scott browne for the senate seat. there is another candidate on that race damaging on the democrat side. her name is marisa de franco. she supports health plans, green jobs, and capping federal funds to wall street. she has 10,000 signatures, and hopes to get enough delegates this weekend to get on the ball ballot. will she be able to do it? she is joining me now. mrs. de franco, thanks for being here tonight. >> thank you for having me, it's a joy. >> you're unfamiliar to a lot of my viewers with b what should they foe about you? >> that i have been a practicing attorney in the commonwealth representing people from all walks of life. and using that real world advocacy to get results and help people solve problems. i want to bring that talent and skill to representing people from the state of massachusetts into the united states senate. >> why are you a better match up against scott brown? >> i'm better because i have real world experience that speaks to all voters. we need to win more than just the democrat base in massachusetts beca
. >> thanks, veronica. >>> fans and family will pay their last respects tomorrow to the late chuck brown. the memorial for the music legend will be held at the washington convention center. it begins at noon. donnie simpson will host the ceremony and there will be special performances by the chuck brown band, sugar bear, maysa, james funk and more. you can also watch the service live tomorrow starting at noon tomorrow on nbc washington nonstop. comcast channel 208. verizon 460. >>> the washington wizards hope their lucky charms will work for tonight's draft lottery. they have the second best chance of landing the first overall pick. a 19.9% chance. the worst they'll pick is fifth. the owner ted leonsis son will be in. >>> and paris hilton is back in the dating game. >> jessica simpson shows off pictures of her brand new baby girl. >>> a child saved up for a dream vacation and then did something very generous. >>> plus, a massive security breach. a guy slips through security and >>> the first photos are out of jessica simpson's new baby, maxwell drew johnson. >> "people" magazine scored t
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